Fourth volume of the 5 volume Cat Band Anthology series. The following recordings are taken from the band's post-"Cat Band's Greatest Hits" era, and were recorded during the years 1999-2001. Topics: Naive rock, outsider art, primitive pop, tape music, Mongo, Cat, Magic, Blue Cat, experimental
This is the second volume of the five volume Cat Band box set. It is divided into two discs. Disc one includes the entire "Cat Forever" album, while Disc two contains various alternate mixes of "Cat Forever" songs (including the infamous "Long Mix" of "When We Live") and the super-rare track "Son of a Gemini." Topics: naive rock, outsider art, primitive pop, Mongo, Super Mario, cat, prog, lo-fi, tape music
This is where it all began: The Cat Band's very earliest recordings, available to the listening public for the first time in over ten years. This anthology, volume 1 of a 5 volume series, collects the "Why is the Cat the Best Ever" EP, the "The Cat is Ultimate" single, plus the ultra-rare original mix of "Blue Cat." Lo-Fi naive rock outsider art music at its finest. Topics: naive rock, outsider art, Lo-fi, cat, Mongo, Primitive Pop, tape music
At long last, volume 3 of The Cat Box... This volume collects the classic 1999 album "Cat Band Greatest Hits Volume 1" (with the exception of one track: see Notes below). Also includes three bonus tracks from the Cat Band's second live show from 2001. Arguably the Cat Band's greatest moment. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Naive rock, outsider art, primitive pop, tape music, Mongo, Cat, Super Mario, Rocketman,...